Treasure Island

Adryan Rotica


Walking


I'm gonna to take a walk today
taking my time
because it doesn't pay
to hurry up
keep it up
pick up my heels
'kick up the pace
just suffle along and enjoy the day

It's okay if I talk out loud
'just let this head go up in the clouds

I'm going to take a walk today
no use in hurrying me on my way
I don't mind, walking alone
as long as you are there, when I get home

I'll be back before the sun goes down
to bring you treasures that I have found

I'm taking a walk today
just taking my time
airing my mind
all I need is a little space


Copyright ©2004

Submitted: Saturday, January 01, 2005
Edited: Thursday, April 06, 2006
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